Summary: I installed this access point and upgraded the firmware to the latest version. The unit experienced the same problem, as I found in my research, of many other owners: beacon lockup. This caused the unit to go off line until a manual reboot.
Best WAP for the money between SOHO(cheap, useless) and Enterprise($$$$) products
26 February 2014
Summary: I don't normally take the time to write reviews, but I have purchased many of these devices from Amazon and am amazed at the frequency of negative reviews of this product. Here's my take: I've installed and/or maintained just about everything wireless over the last 20 years, and this has been my go...
Summary: I liked the product, but the way it works as a wireless access point could be better; For those who want an access point, best to connect it to a wired router, the signal is guaranteed and prevents loss of connection;
Summary: I have read the reviews which seem to be about evenly split between wonderful and horrible. I have to post mine in the wonderful column. I have 3 of these units and they work as expected every day without any down time.
Summary: I have two of these WAP's in my house. One upstairs on one end of the house and the other downstairs on the other end of the house. They are configured to allow people to walk anywhere in the house and out in our back yard and maintain signal.
Summary: I read the reviews on this product and thinking since most of them occured awhile ago that maybe those issues were resolved. I was so wrong. Many of the people said that upgrading the firmware would improve the stability of the access point.
Summary: I am a small business owner. I own and utilize quite a collection of Cisco and Linksys products. Let's see, I have a Cisco PIX router, RVS4000 router, UC320 / SPA8800 / SPA504G Phone system, 3 Linksys WAP54G's that all funtion well and then there's this "Piece of Crap" WAP4410N (access point) that I...